Gantry Cranes by Spanco

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Spanco Gantry Cranes

Spanco has more than four decades of experience providing high-quality, cost-effective material handling equipment. Their overhead gantry crane systems have a premium design that ensures quality construction, strength, and durability. Precision welding tolerances keep the components aligned and the gantry stable during operation, allowing Spanco Gantry Cranes to be moved under load.

Types of Spanco Gantry Cranes

Spanco Gantry Cranes come in hundreds of models, including portable gantries, adjustable gantries, track-mounted gantries and relocatable gantries. We can also help you find the right hoist to pair with your gantry. Contact us for more information on these Spanco Gantry Crane types:

  • A-Series Gantry Cranes - adjustable heights and spans without brace legs; steel or aluminum.
  • Aluminum Gantry Cranes - lightweight & portable with adjustable heights & spans, pneumatic tire options.
  • E-Series Gantry Cranes - economical and designed for long-life service, made from high-strength square mechanical tubing.
  • PF-Series Gantry Cranes - high capacity, high height, long span, power drive options.
  • Single Leg Gantry Cranessemi gantries that run on a single leg, with one end on the floor and the other overhead to maximize space .
  • Wide Flange Gantry Cranes highest capacity gantry cranes made from wide flange beams with either single or double leg designs.
  • T-Series Gantry Cranesthe greatest flexibility for adjusting gantry span, height, and tread.
  • Power Drive Kits for Gantry Cranes - for use with Spanco PF-Series Gantries for high-volume high-capacity gantry travel.

Spanco Gantry Cranes for Sale

Shupper-Brickle Equipment is an authorized distributor of Spanco Gantry Cranes, and we can assist you to find the gantry that best meets your lifting needs and budget. Many options are available with Spanco's Fast Track lead times of 3-5 business days.

Contact us for equipment shipped worldwide, and comprehensive services for the Mid-Atlantic states.  Be sure to check out our blog post on Bridge Cranes vs Gantry Cranes.